2 edition of Anderson County, twentieth century, memories & reflections found in the catalog.
Anderson County, twentieth century, memories & reflections
Richard C. Otter
This book is a compilation of oral histories from various Anderson County, South Carolina residents.
|Statement||compiled by Richard C. Otter.|
|LC Classifications||F277.A5 O87 2004|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (various pagings) ;|
|LC Control Number||2004304963|
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Anderson County, twentieth century, memories & reflections. Book II / compiled by Richard C. Otter. Otter Edgar Alfred Pilgrim -- Nisha Sidharth Patel -- Appendix -- History and development of public library service in Anderson County, South Carolina (through ) / Annie Frances Blackman -- Updated history of the Anderson Memories & reflections book Library.
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Anderson County, twentieth century, memories & reflections. [Richard C Otter; Marshall A Fant; T Edmond Jr Garrison; Mrs T Edmond Jr Garrison; Cordes G Jr Seabrook; Friends of the Anderson County Library System.] -- These are copies of the original audiocassettes used to compile the book, Anderson County, Twentieth Cnetury, Memories & Reflections.
Get this from a library. Anderson County, twentieth century, memories & reflections. Book II. [Richard C Otter; Carroll W Bowie; William E Epstein; Friends of the Anderson County Library System.] -- This book is a compilation of oral histories from various Anderson County, South Carolina residents.
“Our recreation had to be basic”, she recalled in a recorded interview in September of for a segment in Anderson County Twentieth Twentieth century Memories and Reflections, Book Not being able to afford toys,“we tended to go toward the sporting world. As we got older the girls started playing softball.
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